The British are desperate to shorten the length of WW2 and propose a daring raid to smash Germany's industrial heart. At first the objective looks impossible until a British scientist invents an ingenious weapon capable of destroying the planned target. Written by
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The dramatic true-life story of the men who broke the Nazis' back!
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To avoid unwanted reflections, in numerous scenes, the actors have the lenses removed from their goggles and replaced with blank card. In the "this is bloody dangerous!" scene, it is very noticeable on the bomb aimer's goggles. See more
The Castle above the Eder-Dam is shown on the southern-side of the lake. In reality, this castle is on the northern side. See more
Flight Lt. H.B. Martin, DSO, DFC, AFC
[looks out cockpit canopy at the Moehne as the attack formation arrives, and flak starts coming up
There it is, boys. Bit aggressive, aren't they? Someone's woken them up. What do you think about it, Bob?
Flight Lt. R.C. Hay, DFC
My goodness. It's... It's big, isn't it? Can we really break *that*?
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